From the third week of November through Christmas week, the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is host to a special event titled “A Country Christmas” which includes spectacular holiday lights, a Christmas Dinner Party, and an exhibit called “ICE!” Plus your group will enjoy the Treasures for the Holidays Craft Show. It is four weeks of non-stop holiday fun! When would you like to go?
The Christmas season is one of the most spectacular times to visit the Smoky Mountains. Experience the holidays like no other – shopping, music and lights galore! This four day trip includes your choice of Three Dinner Shows, better value, better food at a better price.
It’s a walk down cobblestone streets, admiring colonial homes with garlands of fresh apples, magnolia and pine. It’s the sound of a fife-and-drum concert, traditional carolers, the ringing of jingle bells on a horse-drawn carriage.
With millions of sparkling lights, festive decorations, holiday music and don’t forget the chocolate! See Hershey’s Product Characters and the Hershey Sweet Lights, a Holiday Spectacular with nearly 600 illuminated, animated displays.
Famous for family style dining, featuring two of America’s largest restaurants, lodging at the Bavarian Inn, German entertainment with dinner, Strudel Making Classes, and the chance to shop at The World’s largest Christmas Store.
Cajun Country is transformed into a winter wonderland during the holiday season as Acadiana present festivals of light, parades, tours of homes and holiday events. Then head to New Orleans for two nights and celebrate the holidays with a traditional French Creole Holiday Dinner and millions of twinkling lights in the holiday exhibit, “Celebration in the Oaks.”
Stone Mountain Park offers festivities for all ages during the annual holiday celebration, A Stone Mountain Christmas. Visit Helen, GA, a quaint re-creation of an alpine village complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world towers.